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Dancers and dancing; a calm and rational view of the dancing question,


Published 1901
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At first glance, Hubbert appears to be presenting both pro and con agruments regarding the suitability of dancing. However, the discussion is weighted toward the common discourse found in this genre of antidance literature. Hubbert argues that although dance was practiced in biblical times, it was performed by and for women. Additionally, he concludes that dance is bad for the health and a waste of time and money.


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Reviewer: chickenshorts - favoritefavoritefavorite - October 19, 2007
Subject: Dance is great
It is not a waste of time or money, or iron oxide.
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